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Buffalo Bill, nome d'arte del colonnello americano William F. Cody, nella sua tenda nell'allora Piazza d'Armi, l'attuale Circonvallazione Piazza D'Armi, prima del suo spettacolo. Anno: 1906 Si ringrazia Roberto Stanghellini per la foto

Buffalo Bill, nome d'arte del colonnello americano William F. Cody, nella sua tenda nell'allora Piazza d'Armi, l'attuale Circonvallazione Piazza D'Armi, prima del suo spettacolo. Anno: 1906 Si ringrazia Roberto Stanghellini per la foto

Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Injustice of Japanese-American Internment Camps Resonates Strongly to This Day

The Injustice of Japanese-American Internment Camps Resonates Strongly to This Day

Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Injustice of Japanese-American Internment Camps Resonates Strongly to This Day

1940s

Salinas, California 1942 - Japanese American boy tagged for ‘evacuation’ to detention camp.

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Executive Order 9066: Japanese American internment in World War II

Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 leading to the removal of Japanese-Americans and Japanese from the West Coast.

A Japanese-American grandmother waiting to be moved to an internment camp during World War II. Via US National Archives.

20 Powerful Black-And-White Photographs Of Regular Americans From History

This Japanese-American grandmother waiting to be moved to an internment American camp during World War II.

The houses where they had to stay in where just wooden shacks with only a little kitchen. Not really what anyone could call home. The little girl looks so uncomfortatble being there.

An unspeakable moment in American history: Japanese Internment camp, Dorothea Lange

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Japanese Internment Camps War Relocation Authority Photos

Father with his three young sons. I imagine as a parent, it must have been so hard to explain to young children why they were being treated like this.

San Francisco, California. Husband of these two women are being held as dangerous enemy aliens. Wives and children were evacuated with other persons of Japanese ancestry to War Relocation Authority centers for the duration. Dorothea Lange, 1942.

Husbands of these two women are being held as dangerous enemy aliens. Wives and children were evacuated with other persons of Japanese ancestry. San Francisco, California, Photo by Dorothea Lange.

y.1916 Osmanli Fahreddin Paşa  Yenbu'da- Suudi Arabistan harbinde İngiliz/Arap Müttefik Kuvvetler karşısına .

y.1916 Osmanli Fahreddin Paşa Yenbu'da- Suudi Arabistan harbinde İngiliz/Arap Müttefik Kuvvetler karşısına .

May 9, 1942: Centerville, California. Farm families of Japanese ancestry awaiting the evacuation buses which will take them to the Tanforan Assembly center along with 595 others evacuated from this district under Civilian Exclusion Order. Dorothea Lange, photographer. From the Central Photographic File of the War Relocation Authority

May These California farm families are preparing to evacuate to internment camps, as documented by photographer Dorothea Lange. Farm families of Japanese ancestry.

Tojo Miyatake Family, Manzanar Relocation Center. Photograph by Ansel Adams in 1943.

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Adams' images capture the social order to life at the camp. Here, Manzanar resident Roy Takeno (right) sits next to the mayor.

46 photos of life at a Japanese internment camp, taken by Ansel Adams

In legendary photographer Ansel Adams visited Manzanar, a Japanese internment camp in California's Sierra Nevada mountains.

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